This course was established in 2001 in partnership with the Raleigh Area Disc League. It is located off the Disc Golf/Fishing Pond gravel parking lot, which is the second lot on your right after you enter the park. Signs are posted at the cable entrance to the disc golf access area.
This course offers 18 challenging baskets, including water hazards and narrow fairways. There are also two additional practice baskets located at the beginning of the course to help you warm up putting or working on your long shot. Scorecards are available and found inside the mailbox near the wooden informational kiosk. Course closes 15 minutes before park closes.
Special Thanks to Capital Area Disc League
Park staff want to thank CADL for their donation of practice basket "0" and its new pad installed during the spring of 2015.
CADL has been an avid partner in coordinating disc golf tournaments, course workdays and providing educational opportunities throughout the year. We appreciate their continued support!
Disc Retrieval Policy
- Please be aware that swimming and wading for the purpose of retrieving discs lost in Harris Lake and in the pond located on the disc golf course are prohibited.
- Retrieving discs other than your own for the purpose of collection is also prohibited. Any discs that are found on the course must be returned to their owner. If no contact information is provided, discs will be turned into the Park Office and added to our Lost and Found.
- If you find a disc that does not belong to you, please return it to the Park Office or to a park staff member.
- Park staff and CADL (Capital Area Disc League) will conduct periodic disc retrieval days, at which time owners of discs will be contacted if their disc is found and a contact number is provided on the disc. Discs with no contact information provided will be used in conjunction with disc golf education programs.
Any questions regarding this policy can be directed to the Park Office at 919-387-4342.
Upcoming Disc Golf Tournaments
Mid-Town Disc Golf Tournament (course closed to the public)
Sunday, Sept. 4
8 a.m.–6 p.m.